Posted January 20, 2013 on
Deon Mix surprised most in the state of Mississippi when he committed to Mississippi State over several other suitors. Since making his pledge, Mix has remained faithful to the Bulldogs. This weekend the talented offensive lineman took his official visit to Starkville to learn more about his future home.
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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - A dominating inside presence proved too much for the Mississippi State men's basketball team Saturday afternoon. Tennessee won its first Southeastern Conference game of the season with a hefty advantage in the paint area as the Volunteers knocked off the Bulldogs 72-57 in Thompson-Boling Arena.
Cord Sandberg was part of a large group of prospects to take their official visits to Mississippi State over the course of the weekend. The four star quarterback reports that his time on campus was beneficial and he enjoyed getting to learn more about what the Bulldogs have to offer.
Jake Thomas has been on the Mississippi State recruiting radar since his sophomore season at Columbus High School. With just weeks away from finalizing the recruiting process, Thomas took his official visit to Mississippi State. The four star standout reports the experience was very positive.
Brandon Wells put the first wheel on the Mississippi State recruiting wagon for the 2013 signing class. Wells has maintained his allegiance throughout the process. This weekend the fleet footed All-Stater and his mother took an official visit to Starkville to get better acquainted with the campus.
Jackson Academy offensive lineman Jamaal Clayborn has been locked in with Mississippi State for several months. This weekend the personable Clayborn and his mother made the drive up highway 25 to Starkville for his official visit.